Coming soon! SubsonicTV for Roku: Stream to your TV

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Coming soon! SubsonicTV for Roku: Stream to your TV

Postby jnath » Sat Apr 02, 2011 5:39 pm

We will soon be releasing SubsonicTV, a Subsonic client for the Roku digital video player. The player is being developed in a partnership between JNC Ventures and Musiclouds.

If you would like to be notified when SubsonicTV is released, click here and add your email address to our list.

We are also seeking beta testers. If you are interested in beta testing, please understand that this is for the purposes of ensuring that we release a solid product. In order to do so we need people who are willing to commit to taking the time to thoroughly test the unreleased product and report any issues encountered in an accurate way, including the steps needed to reproduce bugs.

Testers who provide substantive feedback will receive a free license of SubsonicTV and a $10 credit for licensing the Subsonic Server. We expect the testing process to begin in late April.
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Postby jnath » Sat Apr 09, 2011 4:05 pm

We're now releasing alphas. Basic functionality like cover art, playing songs, etc works if you browse by artist a-z.

http://subsonictv.com/news/
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Postby Gomez » Mon Apr 11, 2011 12:06 pm

it only works with Roku?

I have a MacMini on my tv. Any Chance?
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Postby Sparticuz » Mon Apr 25, 2011 6:00 pm

My dad has a Roku and It would be awesome if he could access my media. Any word on video support as well?
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Can't wait to try this out...

Postby librainian » Wed May 11, 2011 11:18 pm

I'm thinking about buying a Roku for my dad just to try this out. Will it work with any Roku player? Any recommendations on a model that works best?

Cheers...
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Postby notserpmh » Wed May 25, 2011 2:47 pm

Will this only have audio/music support, or is video support planned as well?
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Postby 3R3 » Thu May 26, 2011 11:38 pm

Looks like you have to give your email to their mailing list or frequent their blog. No response in over a month...
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Postby jnath » Sun Jun 12, 2011 8:09 pm

>Gomez
>it only works with Roku?
Yes this only works with Roku and Subsonic. What are you using?


>Sparticuz
>My dad has a Roku and It would be awesome if he could access my media. Any word on video support as well?
We just released video support. It must be encoded in MP4 (Roku limitation)

>librainian
>I'm thinking about buying a Roku for my dad just to try this out. Will it work with any Roku player? Any recommendations on a model that works best?
Yep. That's the beauty of Subsonic and Roku. They both use web services.


>notserpmh
>Will this only have audio/music support, or is video support planned as well?
Supports both audio and video. Main focus on v1 is audio.

>3R3
>Looks like you have to give your email to their mailing list or frequent their blog. No response in over a month...
Sorry! Switched notifications to a new email account
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